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  • 1. 130924 The Metropolitan Challenge www.PedroBOrtiz.com
  • 2. + 100 % in 7 years
  • 3. + 100 % in 23 years
  • 4. 5 10 15 100% 200% 5 % X 2
  • 5. NY City Built Area: 800 km2 x2 every 14 years
  • 6. NY City Built Area: 800 km2 800 km2 in ten years = 21 Hectares / day = 10 Manhattan blocks / day
  • 7. 75%
  • 8. Rank UA State/Territory Population (2011) Population (2001) 1 Mumbai Maharashtra 18,414,288 16,434,386 2 Delhi Delhi 16,314,838 12,877,470 3 Kolkata West Bengal 14,112,536 13,205,697 4 Chennai Tamil Nadu 8,696,010 6,560,242 5 Bangalore Karnataka 8,499,399 5,701,446 6 Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 7,749,334 5,742,036 7 Ahmedabad Gujarat 6,240,201 4,525,013 8 Pune Maharashtra 5,049,968 3,760,636 9 Surat Gujarat 4,585,367 2,811,614 10 Jaipur Rajasthan 3,073,350 2,322,575 11 Kanpur Uttar Pradesh 2,920,067 2,715,555 12 Lucknow Uttar Pradesh 2,901,474 2,245,509 13 Nagpur Maharashtra 2,583,911 2,129,500 14 Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh 2,358,525 968,256 15 Indore Madhya Pradesh 2,210,447 1,506,062 16 Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 2,151,466 1,461,139 17 Kochi Kerala 2,117,990 1,355,972 18 Patna Bihar 2,046,652 1,697,976 19 Kozhikode Kerala 2,030,519 880,247 20 Bhopal Madhya Pradesh 1,883,381 1,458,416 21 Thrissur Kerala 1,854,783 330,122 22 Vadodara Gujarat 1,817,191 1,491,045 23 Agra Uttar Pradesh 1,746,467 1,331,339 24 Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh 1,730,320 1,345,938 25 Malappuram Kerala 1,698,645 170,409 26 Thiruvananthapuram Kerala 1,687,406 889,635 27 Kannur Kerala 1,642,892 498,207 28 Ludhiana Punjab 1,613,878 1,398,467 29 Nashik Maharashtra 1,562,769 1,152,326 30 Vijayawada Andhra Pradesh 1,491,202 1,039,518 31 Madurai Tamil Nadu 1,462,420 1,203,095 32 Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 1,435,113 1,203,961 33 Meerut Uttar Pradesh 1,424,908 1,161,716 34 Rajkot Gujarat 1,390,933 1,003,015 35 Faridabad Haryana 1,404,653 1,055,938 36 Jamshedpur Jharkhand 1,337,131 1,104,713 37 Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir 1,273,312 988,210 38 Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh 1,267,564 1,098,000 39 Asansol West Bengal 1,243,008 1,067,369 40 Allahabad Uttar Pradesh 1,216,719 1,042,229 41 Dhanbad Jharkhand 1,195,298 1,065,327 42 Vasai-Virar Maharashtra 1,221,233 NA 43 Aurangabad Maharashtra 1,189,376 892,483 44 Amritsar Punjab 1,183,705 1,003,917 45 Jodhpur Rajasthan 1,137,815 860,818 46 Ranchi Jharkhand 1,126,741 863,495 47 Raipur Chhattisgarh 1,122,555 700,113 48 Kollam Kerala 1,110,005 380,091 49 Gwalior Madhya Pradesh 1,101,981 865,548 50 Durg-Bhilainagar Chhattisgarh 1,064,077 927,864 51 Chandigarh Chandigarh 1,025,682 808,515 52 Tiruchirappalli Tamil Nadu 1,021,717 866,354 53 Kota Rajasthan 1,001,365 703,150 > 2.5 > 1.5 > 1.0
  • 9. Archipelago Theory Metro-Matrix Theory
  • 10. D4D Document for Debate 110516 CiTi Metropolitan and Urban Models Middle East and North Africa Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact in Washington: Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR GREATER CAIRO REGION EGYPT May 10, 2011 D4D Document for Debate 110531 CiTi Metropolitan and Urban Models Middle East and North Africa Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact in Washington: Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR AMMAN Jordan May 31, 2011 D4D Document for Debate 120429 MetroCT Metropolitan and Urban Models Middle East and North Africa Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatially focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR TUNIS April 29, 2012 D4D Document for Debate 111011 MetroCT Metropolitan and Urban Models Latin America and Caribbean Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR Kingston Jamaica October 11, 2011 Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. D4D Document for Debate 120329 MetroCT Metropolitan and Urban Models Latin America and Caribbean Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR Mexico DF March 29, 2012 Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatially focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. D4D Document for Debate 110421 CiTi Metropolitan and Urban Models Latin America and Caribbean Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR REGION CARIBE CARTAGENA-BARRANQUILLA-SANTA MARTA COLOMBIA APRIL 13, 2011 D4D Document for Debate 110202 Metropolitan Plan Europe and Central Asia Region Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE FOR THE CITY OF BAKU REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN FEBRUARY 02, 2011 D4D Document for Debate 110325 CiTi Metropolitan Model South Asia Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR THE CITY OF COLOMBO DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA MARCH 27, 2011 LACMENA ECA D4D Document for Debate 110620 CiTi Metropolitan and Urban Models Europe and Central Asia Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR). Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR GREATER ISTANBUL REGION Turkey June 10, 2011 SEA EAP D4D Document for Debate 120229 MetroCT Metropolitan and Urban Models East Asia and Pacific Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE MODEL FOR Manila February 29, 2012 Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatially focused as an unavoidable complement to socio-economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. D4D Document for Debate 110126 CiTi PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC SPATIAL LAND USE FOR THE CITY OF VINH SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM JANUARY 26, 2011 Medium Cities Development Project East Asia and Pacific Region. EASUR Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR). Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio- economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. D4D Document for Debate 110127 CiTi PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC LAND USE PLANNING FOR THE CITY OF PHU LY SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM JANUARY 27, 2011 Medium Cities Development Project East Asia and Pacific Region. EASUR Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio- economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities. D4D Document for Debate 110127 CiTi PROPOSITIVE ANALYSIS STRATEGIC LAND USE PLANNING FOR THE CITY OF PHU LY SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM JANUARY 27, 2011 Medium Cities Development Project East Asia and Pacific Region. EASUR Finance, Economics and Urban Department, Urban Unit. FEU UR Foreword For more information, please contact Pedro Ortiz (FEU UR) Email: portiz1@worldbank.org Documents for Debate (D4D) are not official World Bank policy statements. D4D are Documents to promote Debate on urban and metropolitan spatial issues, ground based for tangible strategic priorities and action, all spatial focused as an unavoidable complement to socio- economic policies. The aim of this series of Documents is to discuss, internally and externally, the spatial issues of development as an integrated part of economic and social policies, with the aim of providing through this debate insight and criteria for those who participate, and help to focus their policy decisions in the frame of their own responsibilities.
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